Chevy II Nova Parts - The Right Direction

Nova II Steering Solutions

CHP Staff May 1, 2008 0 Comment(s)

Think about it, 30-plus years on the same steering components can be brutal, and the endless abuse can leave your factory units feeling sloppy-making you a hazard to everyone around you. Unisteer, dedicated to producing the finest complete steering kits, now offers a performance rack and pinion for your '62-67 Chevy Nova II.

Each system comes complete and will bolt in with no welding, drilling, or modifications required to the frame. You can expect improved steering feel, handling, and response, and these units are sleek and slim to give you the greatest amount of ground clearance. And should you forgo the power steering kit for the manual steering system for your street/strip application, it'll knock an extra 40 pounds off the front end.

Additional options include your choice of a powdercoated or a triple-chrome finish. All kits come with the necessary column accessories; however, you'll need to purchase a new steering shaft, which is available separately.

Price: $950 & up
Unisteer Performance Products
Twinsburg, OH
800.338.9080 ·

Motorized Operations
Window Controls
With all of today's modern conveniences and technological advances, why are you still manually rolling down the windows? Electric-life offers complete systems for '63-72 Novas. They utilize scissor-style regulators, Rockwell motors, and wiring pigtails for a direct-fit, plug-and-play installation. Switches are are sold separately, available in billet aluminum, GM-style chrome, and even illuminated black for a stealthy look.
Price: $325/pair
Chicago, IL
800.548.2168 ·

Drop It!
2-Inch Drop Spindles
Thanks to Heidt's steel drop spindles, constructed out of 1045 heat-treated alloy, fullsize '58-64 Chevy owners can now drop their street machines a full 2 inches without sacrificing ride quality. Expect improved handling with the lower center of gravity, and because the spindles don't affect suspension geometry, you won't have to worry about suspension travel or alignment issues. They'll fit everything from factory to Wilwood disc-brake systems.
Price: $289 & up
heidt's hot rod shop
Wauconda, IL
800.841.8188 ·

Big-Block Concept
Serpentine Kit
For all you big-block owners feeling left out of the true one-piece serpentine pulley system, Concept One eases the pain with its all-new system, which tucks in closer than anything you've seen before. Its compact design incorporates an Edelbrock water pump, a Powermaster alternator, a power-steering pump, Goodyear Gatorback belt hardware brackets, and all chrome mounting hardware, and it will fit all standard-deck 396-502s, including tall-deck 502s.
PRICE: $1,695 & up
Concept One
North Cumming, GA
877.785.5397 ·

Keep it Rigid
Shaft-Mount Rocker System
There's a point when a rocker-arm girdle just won't cut it anymore, and for those occasions, PRW offers an aluminum shaft-mount rocker-arm system to fit most aftermarket small-block cylinder heads. The billet stands are CNC machined with ground steel alloy rocker shafts, while the rocker arms are also CNC profiled with 6061 T-6 heat-treated aluminum alloy extrusions. Also included are spacer shims and all the necessary fasteners to bolt them on, including a torx socket. CHP
PRICE: $580
Placentia, CA
714.792.1000 ·


Check out this new rack and pinion for 1962-67 Chevy II Novas along with other great parts.
CHP Staff May 1, 2008


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